Cara Delevingne defended Rita Ora and her song ‘Girls’


The sexually fluid actress defended the British singer whose Sapphic love anthem has been criticized by a number of her queer colleagues who found it offensive. Rita was forced to apologize for a harm she caused and said it was the last thing on her mind to hurt anyone. Her friend Cara Delevingne said there was nothing for Rita to be sorry for. Cara said that she loves Rita, as well as Cardi B, Charli XCX and Bebe Rexha, who featured on the track, and thinks the song is great. “I don’t think there’s anything wrong with it. I think it’s not fair to point a finger. I love Rita. I think she’s a wonderful artist and I always support her in what she does. I don’t think it’s right to say her experience and her words are wrong. If she hadn’t ever felt that way and it wasn’t true then that would be weird,” Cara said, adding that Ora has all rights to be proud of who she is and speak or sing about it if she wants to. “I don’t think it’s wrong. And people disagreeing with it and being vocal… no one’s ever going to fully back one thing that happens. There’s always going to be a conversation. It’s why you make music, or movies, so people can talk about it. That’s the point,” Cara said, advising Rita to stand firm and protect her beliefs instead of saying she is sorry for them.


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